As a clinician working in trauma, I wonder if the country can put a bit more effort into reducing drink-driving and reducing death by dangerous driving. And ban motorcycles. Seriously, they're death on two wheels. In fact, as a clinician being painfully aware of how the most destructive and expensive to treat physical and mental illnesses in the NHS are directly related to childhood experience, I wonder when the country can put a bit more effort into raising children in an environment free from poverty, deprivation, abuse and neglect and parental crime and drug/alcohol abuse. Just sayin'. To stop my child dying in a messy and traumatic way I'd chop up live puppies and kittens if I had to. I'd put them in a blender and hit the "purée" button without a second thought. The problem with such emotivist argument is that it appeals to emotion, not moral reasoning.